Those were duels and glad I could make you smile :-)
Smiling implies that I liked it. I was laughing at your foolishness. Playing with the best doesn’t mean anything (as you noted with Sandi earlier). You can’t use it as an argument to justify your OWN skill. Hypocrisy at it’s finest.
It’s funny, really. The fact that you skipped this part of the post is quite telling.
08/07/2012 01:39 PMI think the real issue boils down to a gripe about healing, to be honest. I can see where you come from on this. Rogues gained the ability to self-heal, while your class must rely on the survival of your pet (Spirit Beasts’ healing ability, or keeping Spirit Bond active with your pet) to heal yourself. If you weren’t in it for the healing, then why else would you pick Beast Mastery, if Marksmanship appears to be the popular (and arguably better) choice?
Posted by Deskais
I honestly think this hit home. In your response, you said the following:
Rogues have NEVER had a energy issue
You seem to not get MY point, so I’ll “educate” you. Not once did I mention an energy issue. I did note the talent that recovers energy to prove that Blizzard placed heavy emphasis on Recuperate, but at no point did I say that the energy talent itself was needed. People will take it, though, as they’re already using Recuperate in the first place.
As I said before, your recovery as a Hunter is limited at best. Rogue recovery outclasses it, and yours disappears if your pet gets tunneled. While you haven’t stated your jealously outright, I can feel it there. Regardless, it seems to me that you’re upset about your healing situation. Whether or not you feel it is right, Blizzard feels that DPS classes need more self heals (*cough*Recuperate*cough*), and these abilities will make it into the next expansion. Complain all you want about the energy regeneration not being needed, but I feel that the healing bothers you more.
Nor have rogues had problems of staying alive vs melee since the class can control or disengage from a fight rather easily in the 1v1 sense.
And this is where the idiocy comes to light. Mark my words, this game will NEVER be balanced in a one-on-one situation. To expect it to be so is foolish.
Take, for example, a Night Elf Druid. When they’re backed into a corner in a one-on-one situation, they can Shadowmeld + Prowl/Flight Form. That’s hardly fair, but I don’t go all “Dueling Druids no Shadowmeld” on them and make a challenge thread. Imbalances will ALWAYS exist.
However, the following part of your post was the most telling.
Plus you have not been on TUB long enough to know any of this most likely or on PvP scene here but someone been around for awhile would probably better understand. Not cata babies or xfers wouldn't know anything about anyone beyond looking through the old Arena Achievements menu I guess.
Coupled with this post from an alt of yours, it gives me some insight about you.
Been here for years, and since Cata there is a abundance of new faces or cata babies and xfers I guess on Alliance side while old pvpers are disappearing or mostly gone. Trying to figure why people are came here out of curiosity, god knows it couldn't have been for the pvp unless you were drunk and came here by accident and do not have any money to leave lol.
Only noticable old pvpers on TUB still sticking with it are like Ayon, Toro and a few others...just weird to see hardly no olders players but alot of new faces since cata.
I go on these forum crusades for certain reasons. Some want to lie about events to avoid embarrassment. Some want to hide behind alts to speak their mind. But your type is the worst. You get these tools that feel some level of superiority due to how long they’ve played. I hate to break it to you, but the days of the past are gone. Feats and actions are how you prove someone’s worth, not how long they’ve been around and who can vouch for them. Your experience might as well be nonexistent if you have no proof of it.
I’ll end with a simple thought; If one earns a trophy and lets it sit for years, it ages. It gathers dust, it may rust, but it’s still a trophy and it still marks some sort of achievement. In that same vein, if someone leaves some !@#$ in the open, it decomposes. It rots, it breaks down, and while it may serve some sort of purpose, it is still %^-*.
Take that to heart.